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Friday, January 20, 2012

Weekend Reflections

 The Black-necked Stilts were waaay too far away to get nice clarity with the camera equiptment I have based on my fixed limited income, but when it is reflections in the water it doesn't matter...does it?

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11 comments:

  1. oh, these are awesome! i love these colorful, quirky birds!

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  2. Nope, doesn't matter. Only thing that matters is if you had a fun time shooting and if you like it. It is only a bonus if others like it too. My fav is the third one with the interesting pattern created by this guy's legs and reflection. Glad to have a minute or two to visit today. Hope you have a great weekend.

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  3. Great pictures John, there's not much wrong with your camera equipment.

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  4. I too share your frustrations with limited camera gear sometimes. I'd love a long lens but they are so expensive. Never mind, you got some great shots here of this attractive bird. The third one especially is a great composition.

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  5. Wonderful images of a lovely bird..
    A rarity over here but I have seen Blach-winged Stilts on my patch although not for a few years..

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  6. I love reflections, what a beautiful bird!
    Have a good weekend John! ;-)

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  7. you don't need fancy equipment when you've got a great eye
    these shots are wonderful
    I love this funny little guy
    his red legs are fantastic

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  8. Nicely composed shots, well done:)

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  9. excellent reflections & shots... that 1st one is about as close to a 'mirror image' as you can get! =)

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  10. gorgeous reflections... my kind of shots!

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